|Rag Radio 2013-10-11 - Anthropologist Seth Holmes, Author of "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies" about Migrant Farmworkers - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Thorne Dreyer's guest on Rag Radio is Seth M. Holmes, a cultural and medical anthropologist and physician who teaches at the University of California at Berkeley where he is Martin Sisters Endowed Chair Assistant Professor of Public Health and Medical Anthropology. Holmes is the author of "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the United States." The book, which “weds the theoretical analysis of the anthropologist with the intimacy of the journalist,” is an “ethnographic witne...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Seth Holmes; Anthrolopology; Authors; Migrant Farmworkers; Undocumented Immigrants; Indigenous Mexicans
|2014 03 17 Uprising - Sonali Kolhatkar and Bipasha Shom|
Daily Digest 03172014
Keywords: Dreamer; Undocumented Immigrants; GMO seeds; Dow Chemical; Monsanto; Genna Reed; Courtney Morris; Jon O'Brien; Pope Francis
|Backstory Interview with John Carlos Frey|
Backstory interview with John Carlos Frey, September 2012. John Carlos Frey talks about digging into government agencies such as the US Border Patrol, getting undocumented immigrants to share their stories, and innovative ways to publicize the story.
Keywords: The Investigative Fund; Investigative Fund; The Nation Institute; Nation Institute; John Carlos Frey; Backstory; PBS; PBS Need to Know; US Border Patrol; undocumented immigrants
|2014 03 31 Uprising - Sonali Kolhatkar and Bipasha Shom|
Daily Digest 03312014
Keywords: The Crusades of Cesar Chavez; Miriam Pawel; Corporate Surveillance; The Internet of Things; Catherine Crump; Dream Activist; Undocumented Immigrants; Courtney Morris
|Insight: Law Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants / Concussions and Brain Injury / News Network / Sacramento Ballet - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Law Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants - Imagine passing the state bar exam but not being able to get your license to practice law in California. That's been the reality for Sergio Garcia of Chico while he waited for Governor Jerry Brown to sign legislation allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain professional licenses in California, which he did this past Saturday. Garcia joins us to explain what the signing of the bill means for his law license, and how the new law could affect the rest of...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; Law Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants; state bar exam; practice law in California; Sergio Garcia of Chico; Governor Jerry Brown; legislation allowing undocumented immigrants; Concussions and Brain Injury; Bennet Omalu, UC Davis pathologist; PBS Frontline documentary titled League of Denial; The NFL's Concussion Crisis; violent collisons; early-onset dementia; catastrophic brain damage; Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy; football players and wrestlers; United States Congress; News Network; wishbone-shaped tree branch; try to find water; well company employee in Auburn; water witching; Gus Thomson, Auburn Journal Staff Writer; Sacramento Ballet; The Sacramento Ballet; Ron Cunningham, executive director; Balanchine's Rubies; Ron Cunningham's Firebird; Rite of Spring; 100th anniversary; Stravinski
|People United - February 10, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Bob Libal, Pam Resendiz and Geoff Valdes about the struggle against immigrant detention and, more specifically, the Hutto Visitation Program, a project of Grassroots Leadership that is organized with Texans United for Families.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Bob Libal; Grassroots Leadership; Geoff Valdes; Texans United for Families; Pam Resendiz; Texas DREAM Alliance; DREAM Act; Development; Relief and Education for Alien Minors; Hutto Visitation Program; T Don Hutto Residential Center; T Don Hutto Family Residential Facility; Corrections Corporation of America; Williamson County; Taylor; Carnes County Civil Detention Center; GEO Group; Secure Communities; US Immigration and Cutoms Enforcement; ICE; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; immigration; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; immigrant detention; undocumented immigrants; immigrant children; immigrant women; immigrant men; immigrant families; detention centers; law enforcement; criminal justice; criminalization; finger prints; racial profiling; privacy; civil rights; civil liberties; social justice; current events